The Fragility and Preciousness of Life

We all know what that means of course, but to understand it, to really understand it in our soul, sometimes we have to live it. We have to face some life altering adversity, an illness perhaps, or maybe someone we love dies, and then we know.  We know in a way we didn’t before how fragile and precious life is. And if we’re very lucky, and perhaps just a little bit wise, we’re given the opportunity to translate that knowing into all the rest of our days, where all our thoughts and actions and interactions with others become something more, something sacred.  And just like that, we’ve transformed the darkness into light.

Sadness Heather Watts

Heather Watts

Beautiful artwork generously contributed by Heather Watts (Thank you!)
Heather Watts


4 thoughts on “The Fragility and Preciousness of Life

  1. Thank you so much for these beautiful and touching words from the heart. I think you truly capture the hope of living more fully through loss. I’m so thankful to have been able to contribute in this small way to your wonderful blog. 🙂

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